1. Phnom Penh City
Phnom Penh, capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia, is in the central plains of Cambodia and at the junction of the Mekong River, the Tonle Sap River and the Bassac River, with an area of 289 square kilometers and a population of nearly 2 million. It has been the capital of Cambodia since 1434, and has grown to the national political, economic and cultural center, and the hub for domestic and international aviation and water and land transportation.
2. Sihanoukville City
Sihanoukville, formerly known as Kampong Som, is in the southern part of Cambodia and bordered by the Gulf of Thailand on the west, about 240 kilometers away from Phnom Penh, owning the only international seaport of Cambodia. It is a famous resort in Cambodia with humid climate and famous beaches.
3. Siem Reap Province
Siem Reap Province is in the northwestern part of Cambodia, 314 kilometers away from Phnom Penh, with an area of about 15,000 square kilometers and a population of 800,000. Its capital Siem Reap has a population of 135,000. The province owns many cultural relics and historic resources, with 292 ancient temples in total. The famous Angkor Thom, one of the seven wonders in the world listed by UNESCO, is 6 kilometers away from the north of Siem Reap City. Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in the Central South Peninsula, is located at the south of the province. The province’s pillar industries are tourism, agriculture and fisheries.